Sunday 6 December 2015

Le Cordon Bleu's Forgotten Foods Market at The Rosewood in Holborn

Pic by The Rosewood Hotel
For one day only - Sunday 13th December - The Rosewood in Holborn plays host to The Forgotten Food Market with Le Cordon Bleu London, between 10am and 3.30pm, reviving lots of forgotten foods, inclding a special Fogotten Foods brunch menu at the Holborn Dining Rooms.  Please go along to support the British producers and the Slow Food movement!

"On the 13th December 2015, Le Cordon Bleu London will be hosting an exclusive pop up at the Rosewood London Slow Food Market.
We will be bringing some of the Forgotten Foods to life again during a very special one weekend only pop up which will include: tastings, live demonstrations from their master chefs and a specially designed Forgotten Foods menu for the brunch at the iconic Rosewood to mark the occasion.
The traditional and award winning market which takes place every Sunday in the hotel’s Grand Inner Courtyard between 10am and 3:30pm is endorsed by Slow Food UK and is the only dedicated slow food and living market in London, with over 30 different producers that have all been carefully selected for their exceptional quality of Good, Clean and Fair.
With over 70 Forgotten Foods in the UK, including many varieties of English apple, Formby asparagus and Herwick sheep, Slow Food UK are working with producers to restore a British culinary heritage and maintain the farmer’s rightful place at markets. Shane Holland, Chairman of Slow Food London says: “It’s important to remember that we’re not just eating calories, we’re eating communities.”
Le Cordon Bleu London and Rosewood London hope to reignite our nations love with the glories of some very special English recipes in order to save the foods that are “not gone, but almost forgotten.”

When - Sunday 13th December 2015, from 10am - 3.30pm

Where - Rosewood London, 252 High Holborn, WC1V 7EN


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